Roadside bomb targets Groundbreaking Guards in southeast Iran, formal says – Reuters

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(Reuters) – A roadside bomb strike two Groundbreaking Guard cars in southeast Iran but no one particular was killed, the official IRIB news agency described, citing a parliamentarian from the area.

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A area commander from the Groundbreaking Guards was wounded in the explosion in Sistan and Baluchistan province, Fadahossein Maleki, a parliamentarian from the city of Zahedan in Sistan and Baluchistan province, advised IRIB.

He mentioned the Sunni militant team, Jaish al Adl (Military of Justice), experienced issued a assertion taking obligation for the assault. Reuters has not acquired a statement from the team.

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He did not say when the attack took put.

In February 2019, the team claimed duty for a suicide car bomb assault against a bus carrying associates of the Guards which killed 27 people today.

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Jaish al Adl states it seeks enhanced rights and residing conditions for ethnic minority Baluchis in japanese Iran.

Reporting by Babak Dehghanpisheh Modifying by Nick Macfie

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